A big thank you to everyone who came out to see us on Sunday evening–you were a wonderful audience. For those who couldn’t make it, here’s a video excerpt of our performance, courtesy of Jeff Surak/Zeromoon. Update: A complete set of recordings of our performance is here on archive.org, through the kind offices of Bob … More thank you to all who came out to see us
Join us tonight as Colla Parte inaugurates Transparent Productions’ new season. It all begins at 7 PM at Rhizome, 6950 Maple Street in Takoma Park, DC. Photo by Steve Korn
Great thanks to Chris Richards and the Washington Post for a nice write-up on Colla Parte in advance of our show at Rhizome this coming Sunday. It’s at 7 PM, at 6950 Maple Street in Takoma Park, DC. Come on out and see us! Photo by Steve Korn.
In case you missed last night’s broadcast of Matt Testa’s Coda show, it’s been archived here for convenient replay. The show was a lot of fun–we talked about Colla Parte and played a couple of cuts from our Sound Is Invisible Color album, and I got to play guest DJ with some stimulating new and … More last night’s coda, archived
Tonight I’ll be dropping by Matt Testa’s Coda show on Takoma Park’s WOWD-LP, to talk about Colla Parte‘s upcoming Transparent Productions show and to spin some exciting new CDs by contemporary composers. Coda runs from 6-8 PM, 94.3 on the FM dial locally and streaming at takomaradio.org over the web.
Three images of the Three Body Problem at the National Electronics Museum (with Bob Moog looking on benignly in the background). Photographs by Jeremy DePrisco
Tomorrow afternoon The Three Body Problem–Frank Vanneman and Dave Vosh on analogue modular synthesizers and yours truly on double bass–will be making its debut at the 11th Electronica Fest at the National Electronics Museum. The Electronica Fest is always a fun time, and this year Thomas Dolby will be performing as a special guest artist.